Does a Myeloproliferative Neoplasm (MPN) diagnosis mean you have cancer? Because doctors use the word ‘neoplasm’ (new growth) for both cancerous (malignant neoplasms) and non-cancerous… Read More »ARE MYELOPROLIFERATIVE NEOPLASMS (MPNS) CANCER?
BLOOD ARTICLE DISCUSSES EPIGENETIC CHANGES IN MYELOFIBROSIS FOLLOWING DISCONTINUATION OF RUXOLITINIB
The MPN community is discussing the article by MPN researchers from MD Anderson – Clonal evolution and outcomes in myelofibrosis after ruxolitinib discontinuation – a retrospective study… Read More »BLOOD ARTICLE DISCUSSES EPIGENETIC CHANGES IN MYELOFIBROSIS FOLLOWING DISCONTINUATION OF RUXOLITINIB
Parterships are Important. They bring people together in pursuit of a common cause and put many minds to work on a problem, increasing the likelihood… Read More »THE IMPORTANCE OF PARTNERSHIPS IN THE MPN COMMUNITY
Written by Robyn Scherber, MD Familial predisposition to MPN is something that we have suspected to be occurring for many years. A recent study reported in… Read More »ARE PV, ET AND MF PASSED DOWN IN FAMILIES?
Over 50 MPN patient advocate groups from around the globe congregated in Prague, Czech Republic, this August. The purpose was to share best practices, learn… Read More »WHAT HAPPENS IN PRAGUE REALLY SHOULDN’T STAY IN PRAGUE
Dr. Angela Fleischman has been researching the familial prevalence of MPNs for nearly ten years. A faculty member at the University of California Irvine, she… Read More »EMPOWERING THE MPN PATIENT, AND THE GOOD STEM CELLS INTO THE FUTURE